She said the trip was at the invitations of the leaders of the two countries. She is scheduled to hold bilateral talks with the Tajikistan president on economic, trade and investment expansion.
The premier will also join a high-level international conference on water cooperation, sponsored by the United Nations, and will be one of the three national leaders speaking to emphasise the significance of proactive water management.
She said her official trip to Pakistan, the first for a Thai prime minister in the last 11 years, would strengthen the political relationship with the new Pakistani government as well as promote bilateral cooperation on trade, investment, the auto and jewellery industries, halal food production and tourism.
Thailand and Pakistan will sign an agreement on exemption of visas for diplomats of the two countries, and memorandums of understanding on trade cooperation and the formation of a Thai-Pakistani business council.